Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition:
01. The ARRL documents flaws in Manassas BPL interference report filing.
02. Wild fires and local events keep amateurs in New Mexico busy.
03. Iowa amateurs support tornado recovery efforts.
04. Closure of UK research facility may have impact on amateur radio.
05. Conneticut repeater interference problem solved by cooperation.
06. ISS Expedition 13 crew gets an early start on the amateur radio bands.
07. UK Ofcom proposes free lifetime amateur licenses.
08. Art Bell, W6OBB, takes a new wife, and plans move to the Phillipines.
09. A California licensee asked by the FCC why he filed 61 applications.
10. Western Pennsylvania gets a new section manager.
11. Radio Amateurs of Canada News
-Canadian Ham Wins QST Cover Plaque Award
-Industry Canada Releases New Acredited Examiner Listing
-RAC New Section Managers In Newfoundland/Labordor/Manitoba
-Six New Amateurs Pass Exams in Canada
-West Coast Amateur Radio Association Receives Grant For ICOM D-Star System
-Calgary Flea Market
12."Dithering" used to spread power supply radio frequency interference.
13. Radio program to devote a full hour to amateur radio with Bob Berunga.
14. TWIAR QSL Card availablity for a reception report.
15. Technology News and Commentary with This Week in Techs Leo Laporte.
16. The Random Access Thought with Bill Baran, N2FNH "Part 15 Radio Stations"
17. Working Amateur Radio Satellites with AMSAT-North Americas Bruce Paige.
18. The FCC fines a WiFi amplifier manufacturer.
19. Tower Climbing and Antenna Safety with Greg Stoddard, KF9MP.
20. Microsoft announces it will drop support for Windows 98/98SE/ME in July.
21. Three time world champions are not participating in WRTC-2006.
22. US television networks take the FCC to court challenging indency rules.
23. Free Radio Brattelboro (VT) taken off the air during FCC raid.
24. Special event station listings.
25. The Gateway 160 Meter Net Report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR.
26. Weekly propagation report.
27. Army/Air Force MARS announce new leadership changes.
28. Courage Handi-Ham System Up-date with Pat Tice, WA0TDA.
29. Severe weather ravages Tennessee, hams there heed the calls for help.
30. Transceiver designer Michael F. Elliott, W8KRR, SK.
31. Major Marconi exhibit opens April 24th in the UK.
32. Australian amateurs may loose amateur satellite band to vehicle radar.
33. Amateur Radio History Headlines with Bill Continelli, W2XOY.
34. New device, developed by Phillips, could force TV viewers to watch ads.